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  • 01:18 Wal-mart Offloads Its China E-commerce Unit

    Wal-mart Offloads Its China E-commerce Unit

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    Wal-Mart is selling Yihaodian, its Chinese e-commerce business, to JD.com, and teaming up with the buyer to increase market share. Bobbi Rebell reports.

  • 01:25 Barack Obama, Salesman-in-chief

    Barack Obama, Salesman-in-chief

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    Calling himself "America's pitchman," U.S. President Barack Obama makes the case for foreign investment in the U.S. to a group of high profile global investors, telling them he's glad he'll be a part of the U.S. job market when he

  • 01:11 Vw's Former Ceo Probed Over Market Manipulation

    Vw's Former Ceo Probed Over Market Manipulation

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    German prosecutors have launched a probe against former Volkswagen Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn and another senior executive who are suspected of possible market manipulation related to the carmaker's emissions scandal. Sonia Legg reports

  • 01:17 Scottish Fishermen Prepare To Vote "leave"

    Scottish Fishermen Prepare To Vote "leave"

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    Support for remain may have shown signs of increasing ahead of this week's Brexit vote but, as Stuart McDill reports, fishermen across Scotland are firmly behind the Leave campaign, blaming the demise of their industry on Brussels.

  • 01:21 Brussels Brits Consider Nationality Over Eu Vote

    Brussels Brits Consider Nationality Over Eu Vote

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    British employees of EU institutions in Brussels face uncertainty over their jobs ahead of Britain's in-out referendum over its membership of the European Union. Sara Hemrajani reports

  • 01:07 Why Apple Shares Could Fall

    Why Apple Shares Could Fall

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    Apple is about to lose its weighting on the Russell Indexes and be reclassified as a growth and value stock. Fred Katayama reports.

  • 01:36 "brexit Is Poison" Warns German Trade Body

    "brexit Is Poison" Warns German Trade Body

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    German exports will grow less than expected this year due to external risks, including a possible British exit from the EU, according to the head of the BGA trade association. But, as Sonia Legg reports, Germany's economic growth will expand later th

  • 01:31 Britain's "in" Campaign Boost Buoys Markets

    Britain's "in" Campaign Boost Buoys Markets

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    Global stocks have risen and sterling has strengthen broadly while safe-havens including the yen and gold retreat, after polls showed support for Britain staying in the EU regaining momentum before Thursday's referendum. Sara Hemrajani reports.

  • 01:37 Rajan Exit Impact Eased By New Fdi Rules

    Rajan Exit Impact Eased By New Fdi Rules

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    Apple could open its first stores in India under new foreign investment rules for retailers outlined on Monday. As Hayley Platt reports, the reforms boosted markets hit by news the central bank governor would not seek a second term.

  • 01:33 Bse Closes 241.01 Points Up On June 20

    Bse Closes 241.01 Points Up On June 20

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    New Delhi, June 20 (ANI): Trading at the Bombay Stock Exchange today closed 241.01 points up to stand at 26,866.92. At the National Stock Exchange the Nifty closed 29.45 points up to stand at 8,238.50. INDIAN BANK and ALOK INDUSTRIES LTD were among the to

  • 01:36 Don't Mention Brexit To Berlin's Expats

    Don't Mention Brexit To Berlin's Expats

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    British expats living in Berlin have their own worries over Brexit - some even thinking about changing their nationality. And, as Laura Frykberg reports, German exports are also asking what the UK leaving the EU would mean for them.

  • 00:52 Rio Declares Financial Emergency Ahead Of Olympics

    Rio Declares Financial Emergency Ahead Of Olympics

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    The Brazilian state of Rio de Janeiro has declared a state of financial emergency and has asked for funding during the Olympics. Yiming Woo reports.

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